Importance of Education
Our knowledge is something we should never complete; it is never enough. Education should make us ask more and more questions, and then start over again. With an advanced education you have more choices in your life that open more doors. Higher education pays you back, because you’re a step ahead of others. Graduates of higher education programs earn more, and live happier and healthier lives. Success is the achievement of a goal, and education can help a person lead a successful life. A person’s future depends on the amount of education he is receiving, because he has more chances to have a higher paying job than someone with lower education. With that, their family will be well supported and hopefully happier. The more educated a population is, the better equipped it is to understand and solve the problems it faces, because education builds knowledge, thinking, and communication skills. Our country is what it is today because of the amount of money we spend in education. John F. Kennedy once said: “Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation.” The future begins now with our teens and how a good education is needed. But there are still some places where people are completely uneducated. Me as a student who lived in Brazil for 15 years and now in the United States, can tell the difference in education between the two countries. The way of teaching in here is way different than down there in Brazil, here the student doesn’t have to learn Mathematics, Biology or Geography in details. The focus is on the student to have basic education skills and have a more diverse learning. The extra-curricular activities (sports, theater and music) are as important as learning the laws of physics. In college, the same situation, the quantity of materials...
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